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Relaxation stands quite generally for a release of tension, a return to equilibrium.
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In the sciences, the term is used in the following ways:
- Relaxation (physics), and more in particular:
- Relaxation (NMR), processes by which nuclear magnetization returns to the equilibrium distribution
- Dielectric relaxation, the delay in the dielectric constant of a material
- Vibrational energy relaxation, the process by which molecules in high energy quantum states return to the Maxwell-Boltzmann distribution.
- Chemical relaxation methods - see Relaxation (physics) and also Temperature jump
In computer science:
- Relaxation, the act of substituting alternative program code during linking
- Relaxation technique, an activity that helps a person to relax
- Relaxed in Flow (psychology), a state of arousal, flow, over-learned self-control and relaxation
- Relaxation (psychology), the emotional state of low tension
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